Red, White and Blue Deviled Eggs
These are a great Fourth of July appetizer! They're a bit fussy to make, but the colorful presentation is so fun, it's worth it. Spicy horseradish and smoked Spanish paprika give these deviled eggs a bit of a kick. This recipe scales easily; just be sure to go easy on the salt amount and season to your tastes.
It took me about half an hour to dye the eggs, but you could speed up the process if you want to use multiple dishes and use more food coloring.
I sometimes add a pinch of pimentón to the filling as well as sprinkling it on top for a garnish.
I use my pressure cooker for steaming the eggs; it's my favorite method, because it makes them easy to peel. I chill them for about 10 minutes in the ice bath. Get the recipe for Pressure Cooker Hard-Boiled Eggs.